Mad Caddies: Dirty Rice

For their first album in seven years, Mad Caddies present a mish-mash of their many influences on Dirty Rice, ultimately leaving old listeners satisfied with their return, but yearning for more signature tr...
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The Fray: Frayed Hearts

The Fray, the Denver-based quartet responsible for mega-hits like “How To Save A Life” and “You Found Me,” released their fourth studio album in May, Helios, and are set to embark on a U.S. tour through July. T...
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The Crookes: Sheffield Invasion

The Crookes from Sheffield, England, are a prolific touring rock quartet that released their second album, Soapbox, in April. They recorded their album in a desolate church located in the north Italian Alps, an...